A GROUP of Bridlington youngsters are looking to improve their local community and are appealing for people to get in touch with work suggestions.
Four Quay Primary School friends, Rebecca Dale-Barton, Tiffany Huddle, Lydia Prince and Alex Tye, are taking part in this year’s Humberside Police Lifestylers Project as the Brid Green Gurls and are eager to get started.
Their adult supervisor, Rebecca’s mum Sophia, has already asked the council and several charities if there is any work for the girls to do over the summer and is appealing for residents to get in touch with any suggestions.
The team would particularly like to work with the animals at Sewerby Hall zoo.
Sophia said: “They’ll do anything really, from gardening to washing cars, helping the elderly with their shopping or cleaning their house.
“They are really enthusiastic about it and want to get started straight away.
“It’s not about making money or fund-raising, it’s about them helping to improve their local community so if anybody can suggest suitable tasks for them to do, they can get started right away.”
The Lifestylers Project is run every summer by Humberside Police in an effort to engage youngsters with their local community.
Dozens of prizes are on offer for the most effective teams, including holidays abroad and day-trips, and Bridlington has had considerable success with its Lifestyle teams in recent years.
If anybody would like to suggest any suitable jobs for the girls this summer, they can contact Sophia on 07835788605.